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Sadie Jane Travels: Port St. Joe, FL: Part 2

Hello everyone! Today I'm going to talk about some great places to eat and visit if you are ever in Port St. Joe. While we were there, we regularly dropped in for a donut or an ice cream at these adorable food stands. My dad was a huge fan of the fried chicken restaurant, too. There was even a secluded beach in the area, which was great for shell hunting. If you ever visit this amazing little town, be sure to check out these locations!

Right outside of the state park is an incredible donut stand called Weber's Little Donut Shop. This stand is run by a couple that wakes up early in the morning to make donuts, and they sell them for a great price. My family and I regularly woke up early to stop by and get a dozen before they sold out. My personal favorites were the glazed and the sprinkled.

Right next to the donut shop is a perfect place to get coffee to go along with your morning snack. The Cape San Blas Coffee & Ice Cream Shop has a variety of coffee drinks, smoothies, and ice cream treats. I personally love their Full Moon Latte, which has hazelnut and vanilla flavoring. If you're looking for something on the ice cream side, their Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Milkshake is delicious!

Another place my family loved is Smiley's Fried Chicken. It has a variety of different plates and sides, my favorite being the dinner plate with sides of macaroni & cheese and fried okra. We stopped by their little shack on our way out of town, and ate the meals in our car. Needless to say, I could really go for some of that fried okra right now!

Another amazing place to get ice cream is Shoobies Frozen Treats. I never tried their famous Jersey Gelato, because I was too tempted by their Jimmies. A Jimmy is basically soft serve ice cream covered in sprinkles. It was delicious, but in the Florida heat, it melted fast!

The last place I'm going to talk about is the amazing secluded beach within Port St. Joe State Park. You have to get a permit to visit here, but it was definitely worth it. The beach was virtually empty, so we were able to relax and shell hunt in peace. It was so beautiful and I wish I could've gotten more pictures!

I would also like to wish my beautiful mom a happy birthday! I can't wait to see where the next year of your life leads you.

Lastly, I would like to wish my amazing dad an amazing Fathers Day! Thanks for always being there for me and taking blog pictures, even if you don't really want to. Love you bunches.❤️


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Sadie Jane Travels: Port St. Joe, FL: Part 1